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Comment 26 of 165, added on December 21st, 2010 at 3:22 PM.

i think this poem is amazing. She is not being cold at all. when she says
that our voicves echo, magnifying your arrival. new statue. in a drafty
museumj, your nakedness shadows our safety. we stand round blankly as
walls. is saying her baby is the art that is holding her eye. its the
artwork she wants to protect and admire. and it is the art she is admiring.
read your own, sylvia. its explains how sylvia plath. she was not selfish.
not even with the suicide attempts. she was lost. her husband and her did
not get along at all and got a divorce. she stayed with her children and
loved them each dearly. she miscarried once and immediately tried for
another baby soon after. this gave her her son nick. the book your own
sylvia explains this to us in a series of poems about her growing up and
dating and how family tensions within her husbands side of the family
towards her were a heavy burden on her. Since she was young she was seeking
love and by saying that she admired her child and protected it like the
museum would she is showing she has someone to love now. She is making her
baby everything to her. Her children in life were the things that inspired
her in poetry. so did giving birth to such amazing human beings. She is a
person who people get the wrong idea about. she was not a bad person. just
confused and wanting love.

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Poet: Sylvia Plath
Poem: Morning Song
Volume: The Collected Poems
Year: 1961
Added: Feb 20 2003
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Poem of the Day: Jul 11 2006

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